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Sheriff Richard Mack

Richard Mack has been in law enforcement for over 20 years. He worked his way up the ladder from parking cadet for the Provo Police Department while in college, to Detective. In 1988, Mack moved to Arizona and was elected Sheriff of Graham County, twice.

In 1994, Mack was the first Sheriff in the country to file a lawsuit against the Brady bill and ultimately won a landmark U.S. Supreme Court decision in defense of the 10th Amendment and State Sovereignty. This magnificent ruling, which reinforces the fact that the Federal Government can not force their programs on the States, has been virtually hidden from the public by the media.

Sheriff Mack has been a consultant on numerous cases regarding police abuse, brutality or other government and police misconduct for attorneys and citizens alike. He lectures on various Constitutional issues, especially gun control and the 2nd Amendment, States' rights, federal intervention, the proper role of law enforcement, and the peace officer's oath of office. He is also an expert at explaining why a Sheriff is the leading law enforcement authority in his county.

Publications authored by Mack include, "The Proper Role of Law Enforcement" and "Protect and Serve: Time for Sheriffs to Walk Tall."

Books co-authored by Mack include, the best seller, "From My Cold, Dead Fingers" now in its second printing, and "Government, God, and Freedom."

The Sheriff is also distributing the new video called: Waco - A New Revelation. Be sure to call and order this revealing video into the disaster at Branch Davidian.

As a consultant for Family Preparedness Now!, Richard Mack espouses the wisdom of being prepared for emergencies by having several months of nutritious, good tasting, dehydrated food on hand. Call to find out more!